"Alot of people when they listen, they don't listen. They hear but they don't listen to what the person is saying. " Boston Rob (Mariano)
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I haven't seen the premier yet, but yesterday, when I was with my clients on the Paramount Pictures tour, we saw Chris Colfer and Cory Monteith.
"There's no crying in baseball!"
-- Tom Hanks, A League of Their Own
We watched it.... the Sue antics were way over the top. It was really cool to see Lindsay in her guest role after watching the Glee Project, as well as Kourtney. (BTW, saw the live Glee show in Vegas in May and Kourtney was there too as a dancer in a Cheerios uniform.) I think I also noticed Melinda Sullivan, the tapper, as part of the group backing up Lindsay - in a navy argyle sweater. Anybody else notice?
I loved the cafeteria scene with the Go Gos. The rest of the musical numbers were meh to me.
I noticed they are giving Britney many more lines and that is great. She cracks me up. After the food fight, Britney, "There are pepperonis in my bra." Santana: "Those are your nipples."
The only characters that really interest me and make me laugh anymore are Santana, Brittany, and (to a point) Quinn. Pretty much everybody else to me comes off as such a walking talking one dimensional stereotype. I'm going to keep watching because it was cool seeing that one girl from the Glee project and I really want to see the two guys that won but after that I think I might quit watching for good. I lost interest during the very last 2 or 3 episodes of last season and didn't watch but figured I'd at least give it one more chance this year. So far I'm just thinking I'll probably eventually lose interest altogether and stop watching again.
I love that Kurt auditioned for Tony in West Side Story by singing a Streisand song.
Burt: "You sing like Diana Ross and you dress like you own a magic chocolate factory"
It's been a while since I saw WSS. I forgot how much I love it.
The Rachel-Shelby duet had me in tears. So beautiful.
Anti-intellectualism has been a constant thread winding its way through our political and cultural life, nurtured by the false notion that democracy means that 'my ignorance is just as good as your knowledge.' - Isaac Asimov
I was thinking of the immortal words of Socrates, who said, "... I drank what?"
I haven't been able to get into this season for some reason... it just seems boring, and missing something. This is one of my favorite shows, so I hope it gets better soon.
I'm having trouble these days with the reality of Ryan Land. He's all "We have to stick with the realities of high school, so people have to graduate," but in what high school world do the student elections happen in the fall instead of in the spring? And how am I supposed to believe that Blaine is a year younger than Kurt? All last year, I was sure that Blaine was the slightly "older and wiser man" who was teaching Kurt the ropes, and tonight he makes a point of saying that he's a junior and the role of Tony is more likely to go to a senior. And don't get me started on how Quinn was the head cheerleader as a sophomore supposedly. I also assumed, when the show started, that Rachel was a sophomore and Finn was at least a junior (or maybe even a senior), since he was the star quarterback. None of these issues bothered me when the show was just sort of timeless, but now that Ryan's trying to impose a one season, one school year timeline and stick to the ages that people are and who graduates when, none of it makes sense.
I am sort of excited to see Quinn turn into a villian, though.
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Seeking form amidst the void.
But if that's not possible, gimme a Margarita...shaken, not stirred...and hold the salt, please.
Student elections here in Ohio happen in the fall. Shortly after school starts.
I hate when the cops throw me in the back of the squad car ....like they didnít hear me call shotgun.
Boy (n) : Noise with dirt on it.